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# Thursday, May 16, 1940 INDIAN VALLEY RECORD =-- m Prevent accidents when you are A&A ~ . . ALASKA! LAND OF OPPORTUNITIESI -- -- t')'~"~ [ line by running down the front :""~?, o r" / S AC 2 anUSES. 120 ft. chic. house Oa- w . ' i nd s tamer '1'o remove cream stains irom ~i~Z~i~::. i " through the spr ng a u , Roll e nt~ ~e. : . i l I4- R "' i land 52. Size 38 requires 4',s yards / :~,: m :!,: >::::::~ ~:i~:~::: :.~.:~ * * * " '" " "Sav . : ;,================================ :.:,::::::::~ ~ ~, ) P . [ man. "Say a vice presidency." I "I'm lly sorry, sa,d the (See Recipes Below) I 444 I 1 T x r x r / manager sarcastically, "but we ter cover ann,k SEHOLDsTIONS ns" k ~ AAAAAAAA~ AAAA&,doing clcanmg work on a step- Men wanted. Particulars 25c. Alask~ ~ ~ . ~ ~k ~- " I ~ ladder Nail a piece of emery to|Researeh,708'14114thAve''Seattle'wasb" ]~ ~ .;~ ] .~ ~ / ~ [ zne pattern mcluoes a step-oy-s~ep each step and you cannot slip. [ [ ~-JT: t~ l / ~ ~'~t l I se~hen~:a~;d edging, which bright- * * . ,/ REAL ESTATE ~ 2* ~ - ~ / ]r L~ .-v ~ ~, ~ ~ i lens it up and accents the length of ,~,ru:f::n~d?~'tuWbTppe~s:ve::~ ]~ ~ ~,~ ~z~z~z~za~ ,~ ~x~*mcx,~ ~,-z~ ~t~t % ,~' 1 I ;o ~-,~t~ ,~rl ~r~ (ht~ ~le,re jar lla provloes a non-sKill grip.' |rage" fruit trees, good lawn. MARY :~::::: ~!i ~:~ :!~::'. ~.:* ~ ' ~::::::~ ~::::~*~:~:~!~,*.~" ~ "i~ edges and around the pocket, a . ~i:i:.::i::::!i::i:: :::: i::iiii::~ ~ I ~i!::~ ~'/ ~ i ]a dozen comfortable good-looking. Brass fixtures w xll. ~ot tuarrn.lsh/ :::~::~:::: ".:::::: ~ ~ '~:~':'~ ;." ":~ :~:~:: " iI given a tflln coat ox acq e ~~: ~i' .::~:~:~:~:~:~:~t ~:~ ~:;:~:~ /" ~'~ ~~. "~:::.: ::: :':':'~*~:: ~ ~ ~ ~ [ dresses hke this, in . gmgham, [ PHOTOGRAPHY ~~.'~ ~ ~,[] ~,Jpa~~j:,if~ f~~~ ~ [/1~ I chambray or percale will see you 1 ~~ ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~-~ -~[~ ~]/I iso send for your pattern right now garments or l!nens ruab::es::alannedd ] i~o~ a~na~lNTS 2R~ %>,/ 1 and get them speedily made. area wffnco la wa~er.a ~ P,- 1,4/ NSX M~OTO - . ' I~ZlNtH. IrrAIs l~ ~ ~!~,i ~'-44'1Q-~"~-~ l~,/ /, [They'll be much prettier, and fit u,eff s # |~ ~~ ~ i~ii :::iiiii!il ~i~ ~ ~!:~ I ~~~ r ~--[~ ~ [ I [ much better, than any routine water. [ ~ ~,~~ L ~J~', i|lt:~ / I I morning dresses you buy. "" " -n idea if - our stove / Modest Applicant Was if/~ ~ ~ ~] ~~ I---i ~l~--V~l//~ " / 1 I Pattern No. 8673 is designed for r~ere ~s a . Y / : ~;i:.~[~.~31i~~ ~ ~~:~ I I ~-1~[[~ ./ lsizes 36 38 40, 42 44 46 48, 50gets vcrcr wdedwlthpans'lurnll ot a lStt upersttttous :. " "":~! ~::/! ilii~ ." ::" ~ ~i~i ' "- : ' ~}, over the lid of pans and use the ~~~i;.:l%~ . ~#z~va.~ I I //l-t-lt-t-r'Ji' 1 Jar 39-inch material without nap; surface asahotptateforwarming/ The smiling, confident young ~ ~ ~i! ~ ~'' ~~ ! I ~~-~ ~ [ 4% yards braid. Send order to: dishes or keeping a smaller pan/ manstepped up to the bank man- ~ff'~i~ ~ i ~ ~ ~~t ~ I I t-W-f|4-L4-4 ~ i / simmering. / ager's aes~. ~,~ ~ l [] ~ ~ ~~ ~ II! ~b-~|4-4-4-q-!~-~ i / ~ / Good day, sir, he said. e ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I1 ~l~-~'~-'~i~- ~ I [ [ SEWlN~E PATTERN DEPT. i Keep plenty of cleaning tissue [ you any need for a highly intelli- ~~ D !i i~i ~ [ ~ ~ I ~'f-~[~- ~ i [ I ~~g?mery ~Ve. cailt. ] in the bathroom It will save ] gent and trained man just out of "' ':':~ ':':' :::;::'1' ';':':"" *::::::';':':':':':':':':':'~::':':':':"" 9 ) ) I~1~--~ ~ ~ii~ ~:.~::i.",~~:~J ~ I ~-b+k-:: ~ ~;~--~,/ I I much wear and tear on the towels [ college. / I! ~ ~ ~~ ~~ -~ -~ I ] i ~~~,";~ i~ [ --especially when the men folks| "Well," said the manager, l~~!~.~ ~" ~~~ A~I ~-q-lLl L~- A~ 1 /1~ I learn to use it for wiping offl"what kind of a position are you ,'% ~:: G~::,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: " 9 ' $ 44q i / I : I razors and the women for remov-iseekmg.' I ill I ins lipstick / "I want something in the execu- ! 4 I / /tive line, rephed the young SOMETHING NEW AND DIFFERENT rea " " ~e~D : t V iT;I Iwhenit, is removed from the oven. ! 'il li I--41 Ill/ to RUTHWYETH |havetwelvevlcepremde t. " ,~,e~ipca lot" aout [,t~ Gasnish with canned apricots and I ~ TI Y- l l ~ fit V V -- ~ ~ V V SPEARS q ] "Oh, that s all rlg,h.t, came me ,~ ------- i serve from the baking dish, which t~~~!~ I / ~ :-- - - ~ [ eager response. "I m not afraia OOmethmg old and something ~ of thirteen " ~e ' . " i keeps the meat hot throughout the a~L~-II~r~-a ] i " aS;" ~s!ust as.important In menus [ meal. i ll[I llll[" / ] INTHIS column we have shownl I1 1~ It Is m a bride s costume ~ ~ [ ~It's a good idea when you plan I ~ C!mrry Roll. . I/'/I I / /~1 how to make useful:, y L, rac twelI ~~1 / experiment with somethin" en i rqscuk cough tz cups hour recipe) II l/,[ /l ~ I i~ I mmgs out oi everymmg tm;~ t I ~, I / ~ .~,elynew to|n- ~- " [ 1, No. 2cancherrms I/~l [ I /~('~ [fr m sp ls t tln e?ns' buLsev~[ [' ' [ ~~~I~LV ~alde in' that /~-.~ i y4 cup dgnt orown sugar ww~ ~ i i I /i i~l /erai reaaers nave remmueu reel I - ~~ / I " I n I ~eel one "ish ~l~*- ~ 1% teaspoon ground cinnamon ~ ~ [ / / /[ [ ! I lately that I have neglected or-[ L~- ' ~"~l ] I m I ~ k I teaspoon lemon rind (grated) ~'J~ I I / hl ll /ange crates. Here is a pair of[ / l~rnil - . tables to match a smart new bed- Y is really ~.~}J ] Roll baking powder biscuit dough ~ II I I / / U/I]111 t ~ I~.~'~/~~~i~l~j / ~'~ L~W'~I~ qen ~,'~, " spreaa, m ~. about. For % mchthmk. Dramchermes. Cov- ii] } [ / i Ill I o 'lVl L 'taace, if the er dough with cherries and sprinkle ~ G K I spreaa is mace greenI 'Y /)II)Iil, . ' i KillS qeSsert is some ~--%~?'~/-~-~,with brown sugar and cinnamon,- t ~.~w . ~ i L and white checked glngnam I I I / }i } tl i ~'~A ~ / ~ ~ %ta " "% ,~ " trimmed in bands, monogram and " g very new ~~ / Roll like a jelly roll and place in /~ SIMPLE wraparound style, [ ]~ll~2~J.~.TM I I " I Many Insects I Inn different, be ~::-~-'~g i buttered loaf baking pan. Bake ap- "~ with belt fastened in the back, [ .[rills at wrote musnn, zne nea ] ~ iltll I I i L lure ~' I ls an old iron one that has been v~ ,~--=~.-,--,-- . that the [proximately 30 minutes in a reader- this apron dress is the practical / I 1 1 a~,cut down and then aactea ann ~---'-'.-'--:"-:----~ vu~,m,~ a . in dish of your meal is one that s ] ately hot oven (375 degrees). Baste easy-to-get-into kind that you need L . . .P, i I 40~1 ! ~.'.L;:::I:; II "araillar and well-liked, l with cherry juice while baking, for morning every day of your covereo with the gingnam t~e-I covered with a plain ruffle of l I .~'T:'L;,~'!L ";:? I ~d ' i ea. when Serve with whipped cream or with life No 8673 has a comf rtable tailea airecuons are in Book ~). [ whito h@ld in nrcumd tho ton with J bo~las, ft@myour~l~mr : ta0st ofi~Sma:aleXC;~len:osdd of faro-] hard sauce, easy waistline and, as yotu see[The orange crates for the tables, a'"l)anct'-and"a'l~-ofgreen"cut ] lly favorites, to include one new [ Pork Chop Treat. from the diagram, it consists of [ are lined with green oil cloth and [ from the check material. I ~lah for a touch of variety. It may i Place seasoned pork chops, linch just a few pieces to sew together, t each wears. .a green ann White [ * * * ] Sincere Friend ,cnecKeo sKIrt,ariaa topcover a cut of meat that you haven t,thick at one end of a lar-e roastin- with long straight seams so that ' ] ~m~. ,-,: : ~.; [ A friend is a person with whom ' " " ' ' ' " ' 1 s are 1~: ~uuv,~ ,v, ,~,~ . . ~e o frilled m white The amp d before nrenared in an unusual ] =n In the center nlace a mound you can finish itin a few h urs. . / ~ o.o ~. / I may be smcere. Before him .I )7 nner; or perhaps it. will be a [ of good bread dressing seasoned And to make matters even castor, I white and the shades are old ones / Book No. 1; complete alphabet for / may thmk aloud.--R. W. Emer- . getable that's new and strange to / with sage or poultry seasoning. At, -------~~ / m,no~rams in Book 2" streamlin: I son. [t U; or it might be just an out-of-] the other end put thinly sliced po-I ~ [ in/~ o['d style bed in i3ook 3; and / me' rdinary conserve or relish to / tatoes and thinly sliced onions, sea- [ i ~l~ . v-, I i Book 4 contains 32 pa~es of origi- i ;~P.~lement last summer's supply, / soned with salt and pepper. Dot[ [ ~ ~ [,~, " ~ /'It t tglZ 16'lr.q 2tt/lswe/'s I I nM homemakin~ ideas~" Books are i ~eh, by this time is probably run" ] with butter. Bake for 15 minutesl [ ~''~'~" ""~"--" .~ O[[~rinct Intormation i i1"'0- cents each. With ' each order[ ~i~~ "~g yery low. / in a hot oven (450 degrees) and then I I ~,I / for four books will be sent FREE [ ~]~' ,ZOUll find, here, an assortment of / reduce heat to a moderate oven i I .~k~] V I / J. ~ Ilk p on v~x~oun ou~J~ .'t~ i I a set of three Early American ] ~ ~1~ ~eipes for foods that are unusual[ (350 degrees) and bake about 45. i Quilt Block patterns, including the [ ~ ~. .~ttD ~,ml~ I ~ct delicious. There's a new way [ minutes longer. [ Ann Rutledge, which Mrs. Spears i "~'~ ~ /~"- II Preparm shoulder of beef in 4he ~ue$~tona 4ae ~nsw~r~ 011 ' g -- [ Rhubarb Colmerve [ [ [ ketched from the original in the I i i~ -~'- "- 1 . e of those easy casserole dishesI (Makes 12 glasses) [ ------ [ -- . [ Rutledge Tavern at New Salem, l I l iA mllU ' 1 ~oU like to serve, where you don't/ "~ ~o -~-. b~-~, (aiced) I 1. Who designed the Stars and/ 1. Francis Hopkinson, a signer[ Illinois. Send order to: i 1 ~ II~ll~l~i~ 1 ant to spend too much time in the ] Stripes9 / of the Declaration of Independ-[ [,=w ~.n= i ~tchen; serve the Baked Shoulder] ~. cups sugar i 'l I 2 Is propaganda spread anaong[ence designed the Stars and| I 1 ~sts~s~ r~mmj ~ak with baked or scalloped pota-| ~ :up %ei~le~:~;:xr s [the" enemy a new idea? ]Stripes. [ [ W~T~ ~a~ k [[ ~es but+~.^a -reen beans and rhu / Tz ~ I ! / I ~eu,u " I / b~r~ . " .~ "/ % cup orange juice I 3. What salary did George I z. m om-ume wars, messages/ I oraw,r ~ I / ~ea~,ple, ann wa~cn your ~amuy| ~ cup orange rind (ground) t Washington receive during his/were written on paper and bed tot ] ~o boo**~r~ I [ ~:eis ann ~lares ,Z" . / 1 cup pecans (cut fine) [ terms as President? I arrows to be snot to me enemy. [ i ~eTn~." i ] .une canno~ num eels ann narea turk chop treat" servea wim a/ I / ~ ur~'i--+"n received no sal / l " " I / a~ me same ume. crisp ~hm~a ~oa ~f lettuce an /Place rhubarb, sugar raisins, wa. ~, ~t wnat aegree oz mutuae is ! o ~.o, ,~ "I I ~a~ I i ~l ~ ' e e uator9 ary uurlng nis ~erms as ~resluent es, and"da~es~ needs only a'bev-| ter and orange juice in kettle. Re-t tic q . [ - -- "I Address [ erase ,- ='~- favorite dessert/ move whitemem- t 5 How many gallons of fresh l ~. zero. . / / . . ~e~aak:ie~i>oimi:et:ltYo ;l:~::Ylt~g~ obrr:n:e f;:er~, 2~ ~ ~:::s:~teaAlt~rg~iclmer carrym[th~n Lamrg iohn;a ontseq res 7] Judging Human Nature ] ~aa of the family in any kind of| put peel through ~ I~/[]~ I 6.'Is a peruke worn on the head, [ ter, for one trip across. ] To judge human nature rightly,[ ~~ |~'~-@~*~ weather, serve "pork chops deli-] the food chopper, ~"~-[neck or foot? I 6. Head (it's a wig). ] a man may sometimes have a] ~~~ ~$@~ with cheese biscuits, a sire-| the. fine -52 D I Has the Nazi salute, the up-[ *t was formerly used as al very small experience, providedl L. me olaue Aaa to rt ~. green salad, lemon meringue[ ~ ~k~//]/~,~]raised hand, been used by other[sign of serfdom among slaves in[he has a very large hea "--/ -- '-,a a -- conserve, anll 1 and coffee. ] - " ixture to tc~=:~.i ~ I people? ' Ancient Rome. / Bulwer-Lytton. " " " " Pork Chops Delicious. [ :rbng. ~oil gently k'~'Jl[[J ~I~ " -- (Serves 4) [ for 20 minutes. Add nut meats and [ " 5 pork chops (rib or loin) [ cook 5 minutes longer. Pour int~[ 2 medium size onions,sterilized glasses and seal.] cup rice (uncooked) [ Lemon Meringue Pie. ] 1 teaspoon salt l 1 cup sugar ] aA teaspoon pepper [ V4 cup cornstarch ] I cup hot water / 4 teaspoon salt / 1 cup tomato puree 1 % cup cold water ] 1 green pepper (minced) [ % cup boiling water I 1 clove garlic (grated) [ 3 egg yolks [ Srowa chops and on each shop[ 1 tablespoon bu!ter ! Ptllce one slice of onion, then a ta-[ V( cup lemon jmce I blespoon of rice[ 1 teaspoon lemon rind (grated) i (uncooked) Sea- I,I J Combine sugar cornstarch and l~'{ ~ (~ son w,m satt ana| salt. Add cold water; stir until l 1-<3~""~,pepper. Add wa:[ smooth. Add boiling water and! ~/~Jf ' . ,[ cook, stirring constantly, until mix- ~ ~'oe~rm Th:r t: [ tUre is clear and thick. Cook 3 ~~I~ . . t P] minutes longer. Beat egg yolks; L ~ ::~? tam:d ~Pth/ :teir: kngd ~n~t:~ieen~t: th~r'nAdd ~d . the green pepper] flame and cook 1 minute. Pour im- garhc Return to steamer ana ~oo,- ' " mediately into baked pie shell. Top ~ln~tUent!l Ince,s tenaer ,aoout :~U| with meringue. . s ionger~ Meringue. ~tked Shoulder Steak With Apricots,] 3 egg whites and Mushrooms. 6 tablespoons sugar (Serves 6) / % teaspoon salt . -- t (Pipe farm, too--please noted l~ Inch slice shoulder of beef A JDMILDER,TO0. t Beat egg whites partially; then (about ~ pounds~ i add sugar slowly, beating until mix- t ' tablespoons flour [ ture is stiff. Bake in slow oven, ~t teaspoons salt,(300 degrees) for 18 minutes. ~ teaspoon curry powder ] Have You Ordered Your Copy of 1 cup tomato pulp ] 'Household Hints'? Small 4-oz can button mush-1 kl t 'House roo r" / ~leanor howe s ooo e ' - pou%d f~resh mushroom~, cut t hold Hints" is one you can't afford in -uarters,to be without--especially now that 1 "~, [ house cleaning time is here. It's a 12taolespoon Ioutter . . [ handy reference book tha mapplies nalves cannea aprlcots, i the answers to se many puzzlmg (about half of a No 2th can) re e wo~n hno ',questions--how to n w ' - Wipe meat with damp cloth andl leum; what to do to keep wool from Sprinkle with mixture of flour, salt[ shrinking when it's washed; how to ! ~nd curry powder. Brown one side[ remove stains from porcelain sinks Copyright, 1940)It J Reynod, TobaccoCo Wlaston-Salom, N. 0. a well-greased frying pan and| and tubs; and how to clean rugs " . " b]aeeEi brown side' up in a 2-quart ] with dry soap suds. You'll flnd hints ~ a~ ~llm~t~Tmlll~ ass casserole. Sift remaining flour[ on cooking and sewing, too--over In rac~nt iaborstor~ ~l ]/~ml~d[~'lll~q ~ixture over the top of the meat.] 300practical, tested household hints "amoklng bowl" ~"~ ~~m~ Dread the top of the meat with]--for 10 cents! To get your copy of ~st~ PHnco ~I~F" ~ ~~J~F~Jmmfi .tOmato pulp. Cover the dish. Bake] this booklet uow, send 10 cents in A|bo~bumed ~f I ~.~'~f~F~i~ 1~ a moderate oven,-allowing about] coin to "Household Hints," care El- ~1~ ~ ~l}~lff~l~ll~m~r ~I ~0) rainutes to each pound. Slightly[ eanor Howe, 919 North Michigan town mushrooms in butter overI Avenue, Chicago, Illinois ~ the overage of the 30 other of the lerpst-selilng ,0W heat. Place on top of roast] (IReleased by Western Newspaper Union.l brsndsteded=.coolestofa|/l